The most unimportant things you'll never need to know.
Samsung just revealed an 'artificial human' called Neon: a humanoid AI with the ability to learn about you and 'show' emotions. They're not AI assistants; they're 'virtual living beings' that can develop new skills, form memories, and become your 'friend.'
Rodents feel empathy. Researchers found that when offered the choice between a tasty treat, or rescuing a drowning rat, they chose to save their fellow rats.
The Department of Homeland Security has issued a rare warning to Firefox users, telling them to update their browsers immediately due to a recently discovered vulnerability that could allow hackers to take control of their entire operating system.
The U.S. military stopped using floppy disks for its nuclear weapons arsenal last June.
A man named Paul Brown invented the upside-down squeeze bottle back in 1991. He sold his product to several major companies (from shampoo manufacturers to NASA) then sold his company for $13 million by 1995.
"FaceApp" which has recently gone viral for its age filter, now owns access to more than 150 million people's faces and names. According to their user agreement, the company owns a never-ending, irrevocable royalty-free license to do almost anything they wish with them.
Today is the 215th day of 2019. The El Paso shooting is the 249th mass shooting of 2019.